Ekaterinburg - Excursions in Russian cities.
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Established in 1912, the Ekaterinburg Opera and Ballet Theatre, recently renamed Ural Opera Ballet, is one of the oldest opera theaters in Russia, located in Ekaterinburg, the fourth-largest city in the country.Named after the Ural Mountains (which lie West of the city) the Ural Opera Ballet is housed in an ornate baroque theatre and, as its name implies, presents both opera and ballet.
Graduated with honors from Ekaterinburg State Theater University; Currently actress of the Ekaterinburg Young Spectator Theater; Laureate of numerous national and international awards; teachers Olga Pavlova. Graduated at the Classical Dance Professional School in Perm, Russia Soloist at the Opera and Ballet Theatre of Perm Teacher at WEP Productions and Artis Fraga School. teachers Gentian.
Ekaterinburg State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre, also known as Ural Opera, has been at the heart of the city's cultural scene since 1912. However, its story began long before then, making it one of the oldest theaters in Russia. The history of this grand theater dates back to the 19th century. The building is a beautiful part of the city's.
In March 2016 he debuted with the State Academic Symphony Orchestra (E. Svetlanov Orchestra) and was re-invited by the Ekaterinburg State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre to lead the productions of Verdi’s Rigoletto and Puccini’s Madame Butterfly.
The Ekaterinburg Opera and Ballet Theater can also be found near the Square of 1905. During the winter months, the Square of 1905 is transformed with a Christmas tree, lights and ice sculptures. The comfortable Park Inn by Radisson Ekaterinburg Hotel is a short walk from the Square and many other historic sites in Ekaterinburg.
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